Tag Archives: France

A Blog A Day: Chasing Shadows by T. A. Williams – Review

Amy had it all – money, brains and beauty. And then the accident happened. Still recovering, this is Amy’s first time away from home. She heads for Spain, accompanied by the mysterious and troubled Luke. But, just like Amy, Luke … Continue reading

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A Blog A Day: Blood Wedding by Pierre Lemaitre – Review

Sophie Duguet–young, successful, and happily married–thought at first she was becoming absentminded when she started misplacing her mail and forgetting where she’d parked her car the night before. But then, as her husband and colleagues pointed out with increasing frustration, … Continue reading

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C is for… Commonwealth War Graves Commission #AtoZChallenge

It seems the first two posts of this challenge have been mostly WW1-related and the third post is no different, dealing as it does with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Set up after WW1, the CWGC looks after over 1.7 … Continue reading

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A Welcome Dose of Sunshine…

What with this weird weather we’re having at the moment, I find myself fancying a dose of sunshine. You might have noticed I’ve done some sponsored posts for Pierre & Vacances over the past few months, but in researching this … Continue reading

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Holiday Plans – What Am I Looking For?

New Year, new start and all that and in the deep, dark winter, I’ve started having a look at plans for the summer. You might know that we’ve had a bit of a funny year in 2012 what with illness … Continue reading

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Death, Taxes and School Holidays

Yes, these are the three inevitable things in life folks; we’re just coming to the end of the mammoth summer holidays, the iron-on labels are barely cool and already minds are turning to the next school holiday. With October half … Continue reading

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